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According to OMNI Brokerage, the average cash on cash return of TIC interests was 7.0%-7.5% in the previous quarter.
At the time of the acquisition, the property had a net cash flow, before capital improvements of $476,000, yielding the investors a cash on cash return of 9.2%.
This reduces the cash flow to $175,000, reducing the cash on cash return to 3.4%.
Now, as 1992 unfolds and we continue the slow but demonstrable path to recovery, we are left unable to agree upon a standard by which to accurately judge value: asset value as measured by price per square foot, cash on cash return or IRR analysis, that thoroughly discredited measure of the time value of money?
The third major method of evaluation is known as the cash on cash returns approach, or cash flow analysis.